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Students at Lewis & Clark College have curated a unique exhibit of Bibles on display in the Watzek Library. The display continues for several months.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Watzek Library at Lewis & Clark College will be exhibiting Shaping the Bible: 500 Years of Interpretation, Translation and Reformation. The exhibit, curated by students Mae Johson, Sydney Owada and Emily Price with Robert Kugler of Lewis and Clarks Religious Studies Department, explores many of the ways in which readers have adapted the Bible with a particular focus on translation and annotation. The exhibit features manuscript and print works from the 15th to the 20th centuries, including a 1574 German Luther Bible and a 1638 Geneva Bible. It will be on exhibit through March.  Lewis & Clark College is located at 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road in Portland, OR 97219.

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